vertebrogenic

vertebrogenic

 [ver″tĕ-bro-jen´ik]
arising in a vertebra or in the vertebral column.
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Furthermore, those conflicting results may also be ascribed to the presence of diversities of pathological and clinical conditions, which can conceal the real correlation between ApoJ and PD when PD patients are compared with neurologically healthy controls, such as a tension headache, vertebrogenic disease, psychogenic disease, migraine, and diabetic neuropathy in brain tissue [99],[105] due to the increasing (not decreased) levels of clusterin in those situations.[106]
The FDA clearance followed the Agency's review of the company's landmark SMART (Surgical Multi-Center Assessment of RFAblation for the Treatment of Vertebrogenic Back Pain) study, a 225-patient, Level 1, international, prospective, randomized, double-blind, sham-controlled clinical trial, that evaluated the safety and effectiveness of the Intracept therapy for the treatment of chronic low back pain.
These findings might indicate differences in the pathophysiology of both types of LTF in PD, where vestibular dysbalance might be a key factor in the pathogenesis of mobile lateral flexion, while fixed LTF might primarily involve vertebrogenic or muscular mechanisms.
Functional Headache: The most frequent include tension headache, vertebrogenic headache, cluster headache, sinus headache, vascular headache, and temporal arteritis.
Somato-somatic and somatovisceral reflexes must be clearly understood if we are ever to appreciate the mechanism of vertebrogenic pain and other symptomatologies and their relief by manipulation".
Patient P., 1951 of birth, had lumbosacral osteochondrosis with formation of the combined stenosis and disk hernia at the level VL3-4 and VL4-5, with pain vertebrogenic syndrome, syndrome of intermittent claudication and paresis of the right foot.
The anatomic basis of vertebrogenic pain and the autonomic syndrome associated with lumbar disk extrusion.
Finally, this article will emphasize the active role of the radiologist in the management of patients who present with vertebrogenic back pain, both prior to and after their fractures have been treated.
Vertebrogenic hearing deficit, the spine and spinal manipulation therapy: a search to validate the DD Palmer/Harvey Lillard experience.
Pepper's sign), as well as vertebrogenic pain in the lower lumbar area bilaterally as elicited by tactile palpatory analysis.